1996 Jeep Wrangler Buggy: Sheep's ClothingPosted in Project Vehicles on January 1, 1999 Comment (0)
Most of us believe that real Jeeps are built, not bought. When Shannon Campbell builds a Jeep, it turns out better than anything the factory comes up with, and, for all practical purposes, it's brand-new. Such is the case of this month's cover Jeep caught in the Arizona desert.
Shannon is a pioneer of the 3/4 elliptical spring design and drop buggy-leaf used for extreme articulation. His third iteration of a mango-pink cruiser came after selling his last one and building a family wagon for his burgeoning troop- but this one isn't to be abused hard or scratched up. Of course, it being a Jeep, it's bound to earn a few trophies and scars, regardless of the terrain.